Fourth Amendment


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  • I'm coming! Jenny, just because you're older by five minutes doesn't mean you can boss me around!
  • Hurry up we're going to be late!
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  • Meet me outside the first floor bathroom. Bring the m&ms. ~Anonymous
  • What happened to my locker! All of our school things are spilled everywhere.
  • Jenny and her twin sister Marie begin a regular Friday morning at their school.
  • ??? Where's my English paper?
  • Marie and Jenny have always been very good students and have never caused any problems.
  • Over reaction or reasonable decision?
  • You can't go through our daughters' things without a good reason! It goes against their rights!
  • A teacher finds a note about school forbidden transactions in the hallway outside of the twins' lockers. Knowing that the twins have never done anything bad before, he still opens their lockers and rummages through their bags.
  • Narrator in the house! Well technically outside the house but that's off topic. Anyway I'm supposed to tell you that this is a story based off the fourth amendment. Which basically protects the people's rights to privacy. No searches without reason or warrants and so on.
  • The End
  • The twins return to their lockers after class.
  • Oops, maybe I shouldn't have eaten that
  • English Paper .
  • Later that day their parents receive a call explaining the messed up lockers. The parents are very upset and they take it to court. Who do you think will win the case? The School or The Parents
  • Narrator Speaks
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